|NewWindow||Sets the Frame for the target page. Leave blank for the current browser window, or enter NewWindow to open a new browser window. You can also specify an existing FrameID to re-use the same window for each request.|
|ID||(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|Link||(Required) Destination URL.
If the URL will be shown within an IncludeFrame, the link must point to a page from the current web server. Otherwise, an "Access Denied" message will appear.|
|LinkModal||Opens a new modal window. The user is prevented from working with the original window until the modal window is closed.
This attribute only works with IE. Other browsers will not show the window at all.|
|NoQuestionMark||Prevents the question mark character (?) from getting appended at the end of the Target's Link.|
|WindowHeight||Specifies the window height, in pixels, when opening a new window.|
|WindowLeft||Specifies the window left position, in pixels, on the screen when opening a new window.|
|WindowResizable||When opening a new window, indicates if it is resizable.
Windows that are not resizable only work with IE browsers. For other browsers, windows are always resizable.
For IE browsers, the default is True except the default is False when the Window Height, Width, Top, Left or Scrollable is set.|
|WindowScrollable||When opening a new window, indicates if it is scrollable.|
|WindowTop||Specifies the window top position, in pixels, on the screen when opening a new window.|
|WindowWidth||Specifies the window width, in pixels, when opening a new window.|